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SWAMP - River Study - Bioaccumulation in Sport Fish

Screening Study (2011) – Released 2013

In 2011, 568 fish representing 16 species were collected from 63 river and stream locations in the first-ever systematic statewide survey of California rivers and streams.

Supporting Documents

  • Monitoring Plan
  • Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP)
  • Access to Data
    • INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO ACCESS THE TISSUE DATA FOR THIS PROJECT:
      • Instructions on how to access tissue data
      • Tissue button in the RESULT CATEGORY:
      • Select > Programs > Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program > Done
      • Select > Projects > SWAMP Sportfish Rivers and Streams > Done
      • Select > Turn on automatic station mapping (stations will be mapped on the map)
    • MAP STATIONS/PARAMETER COUNTS ON WEB-BASED MAP
      • Select > Map Stations
      • Click on individual stations >
      • Select > Parameter Counts (see data)
    • RETRIEVE DATA
      • First, complete the instructions above under: "INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO ACCESS THE TISSUE DATA FOR THIS PROJECT"
      • Select > Retrieve Data (as an Microsoft Excel File)
        • Then download (save) data
        • File identified in Cell A:1 > CEDEN: Data Retrieval
        • This file summarizes fish attributes (length, weight, etc.) and the associated chemistry results.
      • To get the individual attributes of the composited fish (no chemistry)
        • Make sure your Pop-up Blocker is turned OFF
        • Include Sample Composite (notice the increase in Record Count)
        • Select > Retrieve Data
          • Then download (save) two data files (will include "Data Retrieval" file)
        • File identified in Cell A:1 > CEDEN: Sample Composite Data
          • This file is the individual attributes of the fish composites (no chemistry data)
  • Cruise Report [7 MB]

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